QUEST Project Press Release Now Available

The project “QUEST” aims to contribute to the harmonization, at European level, of the skills of the Instructional Designer profession; to facilitate the mobility of Instructional Designers at European level; to increase the capacity to develop attractive eLearning at European level and to Qualify professionals with previously acquired knowledge and skills in Instructional Design.


QUEST Poster on EDEN 2023 Annual Conference in Dublin

Discover more information about QUEST Project via the poster presented during EDEN 2023 Annual Conference in Dublin, 18-20 June. More than 320 delegates had the opportunity to learn more about QUEST and its main aims and objectives. Also, to read via QR Code the progress of the project, including the latest EID Curriculum. See QUEST Poster, here

Project Results Available On October

QUEST started on November 2021 under the framework of Erasmus+ Programme. The Project will present the results of the two years of research on October 2023. After the Pilot Training held in IADE (Lisbon) during 3-4 July 2023, QUEST embarks on the final steps before presenting the final results of the project, including EID Curriculum, EID eLearning Course, EID RPL Process and Sustainability Strategy.

QUEST partners identified a European need on the lack of harmonization for the upskilling and reskilling of workers, in the field of online training and digital learning experiences’ development. QUEST Project will contribute to close this gap through high-quality Instructional Design.

The consortium involves partners from Portugal, England, Ireland, Finland, Spain and Switzerland. You can find more information about the project here and about each partner organization: ISQE (project coordinator), IADEEDEN DLEUTUFiP and EFCoCert